Chaplains provide spiritual care and the opportunity for Airmen and their families to exercise their constitutional right to the free exercise of religion. They maintain absolute confidentiality for all Airmen.
AFSOC now has its own Military & Family Life Consultants who are available to help Airmen and their family members address:
Marriage and relationship issues
Parenting, sibling and family issues
Stress and anxiety
Grief and loss
Daily life issues
MLFC's provide anonymous, confidential, short-term, non-medical counseling to Airmen and their families.
Provides SOF warriors and their families a model advocacy program to help enhance their quality of life and strengthen the overall readiness of Special Operations.
The Air Force will take care of its wounded warriors by keeping highly-skilled Airmen on active duty.
Tip of the Spear Special Issue: Preservation of the Force and Families.
What makes an Air Commando is a person's heart and their personal determination to apply these 13 critical attributes to their daily life - both on and off duty.
A number of factors impact resiliency, including behavioral health, physical fitness, family strength, social support and spiritual health. There are several resources available to Airmen and their families at each base.
For immediate help in a crisis, call the Veteran's Live Chat at 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255. Hurlburt Field
TRICARE Mental Health Resource
Center North Region 1-877-747-9579 South Region 1-877-298-3514 West Region 1-866-651- 4970 US Family Health Plan 1-800-748-7347 Eurasia-Africa Area 1-877-451-8659 Latin America & Canada Area 1-888-777-8343 Pacific Area 1-888-777-8343